A father should not say Kaddish for his son; a brother and sister should not have to bid a last goodbye to their 19-year-old brother.
Israel's ancient, powerful weapon: our children who wrap themselves in sensitivity to the suffering of others.
Four firsthand accounts from civilians under attack in Safed.
Shabbat in Israel along the Lebanese border
Eliyahu Asheri was in fact dead. So why not change the notice?
The 17th of Tammuz is a day of distortion, of confusion, of fear. The looming specter of war makes this very clear.
What's an American teenager like me doing signing up to the Israel army?
When I'll hear the thunderous claps of fireworks, the sound of bombs exploding in Jerusalem will immediately come to my ears.
My dream of moving to Israel is having a profound effect on how I live now.
Two years in the Holy Land changed my life.
Amidst unemployment, poverty and uncertainty, the displaced residents of Gush Katif are somehow trying to rebuild their lives.
On a trip to Israel, a Muslim journalist sees firsthand a litany of lies.
When he receives his Nobel Prize for Economic Sciences this week, Prof. Robert Aumann will talk about bringing world peace.
My night of despair and tragedy, and their only antidote.
A young Jewish man is stabbed in Jerusalem's Old City and dies in my arms.
What do Jews do when the longed-for miracle does not occur?
Trying to create miracles amidst the pain.
The deaths of Dov and Rachel Cole should serve to bring Israelis closer together.
Meet Professor Yossi ALmog, Israel's real-life CSI sleuth.
Making the hard choice between hypocrisy and heroism.
Professor Reuven Feuerstein has changed the lives of thousands of disabled children around the world.
As the disengagement looms, a glimpse into the hearts of the residents.
The day of the American Bicentennial was a crucial awakening for me as a Jew.
Somehow it survived an explosion, hurtling 38 miles to Earth, and exposure to sun and rain. Meet the Israeli forensic expert who is restoring the diary.
How absolutely fortunate that I am living here, in this Holy, wholly unbelievable country.
A small glimpse of the special daily life we merit to live in the Holy Land.
I grew up in Gaza, indoctrinated to hate Israel and the West. For peace to take hold, things have got to change.
A unique tapestry memorializes those killed by terror and represents the unity of the Jewish people.
Fifteen is the number that conceals God's name, and is the mysterious turning point for three generations of one family.
Israeli 'survivor' flower boasts cells in shape of Star of David.
One grassroots organization is keeping thousands of Israeli families from starving.
Meet Israel's pioneer of organic agriculture: an observant great-grandfather who fled from the Nazis 64 years ago.
I was a proud Jew, but until I experienced the wonder of Israel, I had no idea what being Jewish meant.
The Israeli response to the tsunami displays the nation's ingenuity, deep caring, and professionalism.
Out of every evil force there is a counterforce of good. Case in point: The OneFamily Fund.
In Israel, we're all one big family and Jewish mothers are everywhere.
What shaped our trip to Israel wasn't the death of Arafat or even the beauty of the land. It was the people.
One race, one rabbi, one million dollars.
Why is my home so far from my homeland? Why don't I live in Israel where history and destiny weave the streets of our identity as a people?
A year after the tragic "Children's Bombing," what have we done to battle terrorism?